'It (the obituary
) is exactly her voice,' Hicks' son Brian said in an interview with the newspaper.
The 64-year-old shared a powerful message about fat shaming in her obituary
One user reacted to the obituary
saying: "Do the right thing.
But look what prevails.' There isn't a person who can read who isn't moved by this obituary
Later, the Times dropped the beef stroganoff reference and changed the lede of the online obituary
"One other consideration is the degree of difficulty an obituary
might present if we were forced to write it on deadline.
Some weeks ago The Examiner lost another of its former journalists, Will Venters, but on this occasion we were able to run an obituary
that he had penned himself in anticipation of the day it would be needed.
On Thursday, HRC and CAR called on the paper to change its obituary
policy of not including the names of unmarried couples in obituaries.
Tawney concerning the notice of Eileen Power, Keynes wrote: 'the obituary
section of the Journal is rather ambitious and probably remains the most permanent record of the personalities and accomplishments of the economists of our time ...' (Keynes 1993, p.
Boston, MA, May 26, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Tributes.com, the online resource for local and national obituary
news and multimedia tributes, today announced a nationwide initiative with over 75 television station partners to implement a co-branded Memorial Day program.
is not necessarily an idealized encapsulation of a life.
For generations obituary
notices in newspapers and magazines soberly noted the passing of the newsworthy--statesmen plutocrats and other pillars of the community along with famous entertainers artists socialites and the like--summing up their subjects' lives in a factual decorous way.